Parents’ experiences of young people’s involvement in online gendered and sexual harassment (in particular in relation to ‘radicalisation’ into extreme online groups and ideas)
This study addresses the involvement of parents of both victims and perpetrators of online sexist and sexual bullying. Of particular interest is the role played by online anti-woman movements in providing a ‘rationale’, discourse and set of tactics to many young people who engage in this type of abuse. The study will ask how parents became aware of their children’s involvement, how schools or other organisations (e.g social media platforms) intervened, and what supports were available to them and their children.
SecondmentsThe host institution will be Dublin City University, Ireland. The project includes two planned secondments at (1) Dell Technologies, Ireland, at month 12 for 3 months and (2) Aarhus University, Denmark, at month 26, for 4 months.
Enquiries in relation to this project should be directed to: Dr. Debbie Ging, School of Communications, Dublin City University. Phone + 353 (0)1 700 7729 Email: email@example.com
Please do not send applications to this email address, instead apply as described below.
Full advertisement including salary, eligibility criteria and application form can be accessed at the DCU Current Vacancies website https://www.dcu.ie/hr/vacancies-current-vacancies-external-applicants
Applications should be submitted by e-mail with your completed application form to PARTMSCA2023@dcu.ie
Please clearly state the role that you are applying for in your application and email subject line: PARTICIPATE MSCA: Early Stage Researcher, Project Ref